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Child Bereavement UK, Beethoven Centre, 174k Third Avenue, London W10 4JL

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The Support 4 Grenfell Community Hub was originally established by the Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex in June 2017 to provide a dedicated space for various agencies and community groups to come together to work collaboratively, and to reach out to other statutory and voluntary organisations, hold meetings and organise support sessions and supervision.

Child Bereavement UK has been operating a bereavement support service in West London since 2012, and offers face-to-face support for families where a baby or child has died or where children and young people, up to the age of 25, are bereaved.

We are also able to support families who are facing bereavement, where a child of any age is not expected to live, or where children and young people are facing the bereavement of anyone significant in their lives.

The charity responded to the Grenfell Tower fire initially by providing training support and consultation sessions for schools in the community. The four partners of the Hub continue to provide support to the community but from separate bases.

Child Bereavement UK continues to support families, children and young people affected by Grenfell Tower fire, and the professionals that work with them, through our West London service.

We welcome referrals from families and individuals of any race, colour, nationality, ethnicity, religion/faith, sex/gender/gender reassignment, marital/civil partnership status, or disability.